[Digikam-users] Do the 'panorama tools' work on the MacPorts version of Digikam?
phil.stanford at gmail.com
Mon Oct 10 13:49:02 BST 2011
On 9 October 2011 19:20, bkn <bkn at ithryn.net> wrote:
> I build from the git repo. macports is far easier, and i would recommend
> sticking to that.
Yes I intend doing that - good to know alternatives for the Mac exist
> Ha. I had no idea hugin was in macports. They also have a standalone
> application, which is how i've used it in the passed. I'm sure the macports
> version is the same.
The MacPorts version is one release behind the dmg file; I went for the
MacPorts one as I assumed it would be more likely to work with Digikam
> How are you launching digikam, though command line, or through finder?
> If you launch it through finder, i don't believe any shell modifications to
> your path are passed to the application. If you launch it through the
> command line,
> $ /Applications/MacPorts/KDE4/digikam.app/Contents/MacOS/digikam
> then your shell environment modifications will be passed to digikam, and it
> *should* find those executables. Just to be sure, before you launch digikam
> through the command line, simply try executing 'align_image_stack -h' to see
> if your shell can see that executable.
That's a very good tip, and works - thanks!
I was running Digikam from the 'dock'; I've now put the full command in a
shell script and can run that from the Applications folder and it then does
indeed pass the full path info through to Digikam so the 'blend bracketed
images' tool does load.
I also can run the 'panorama tools' application stand-alone by using the
same method, ie running
I'm still not sure why I don't get the 'Stitch images' Tools item
displayed, since that's supposed to be in 2.1.1 though.
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